‘The Prom’ Receives Three Drama League Nominations

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Courtesy of ‘The Prom’ Facebook.
Courtesy of ‘The Prom’ Facebook.

Broadway’s musical comedy, The Prom, has been nominated for three Drama League Awards. They include ‘Outstanding Production of a Musical’ and ‘Distinguished Performance’ by Brooks Ashmanskas who plays the character Barry Glickman, and Beth Leavel who stars as Dee Dee Allen.

This will be the Drama League Awards’ 85th year, making it the oldest theatrical honors in America. The ceremony will take place on May 17 in NYC.

You can take a look at all of the categories and nominees here!

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